Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 26 / 30 June 2016
 
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Parade offers Orlando tribute

After the quintessential roar and cheering that always accompanies the Dykes on Bikes leading the LGBT Pride parade Sunday, June 26... (read more)

Solutions exist to end HIV homelessness

At first Paul Ernest Pingol-Eulalia adjusted well to his moving from the Philippines to Los Angeles in 2003. (read more)

Homeless issues at Castro library addressed

San Francisco officials and others are working to address homeless encampments and other issues that have persisted for years... (read more)

2nd class picked for honor walk

The second set of honorees has been picked for the Rainbow Honor Walk, a project in San Francisco's gay Castro district that honors deceased LGBT luminaries. (read more)

Officials shouted down at Trans March

While this year's Trans March ended in celebration with a street renaming after a historic riot, the afternoon got off to a raucous start... (read more)

Orlando takes center stage at Alice breakfast

The Orlando massacre that left 49 mostly gay Latino men dead earlier this month was front and center... (read more)

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Theatre - Alan Cumming gets sappy at the Castro

Singer/actor Alan Cumming released a CD called I Bought a Blue Car Today in 2009. (read more)

Fine Arts - Way Out West!

The American West is mighty popular territory for curators this summer, judging from the number of exhibitions plumbing the terrain at area museums. (read more)

Out There - Love in all the wrong places?

And it's a wrap! Frameline 40, the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, wound up its 11-day run... (read more)

Music - From darkness into light

The San Francisco Symphony's 2015-16 season ends this week with performances of Gustav Mahler's... (read more)

Out & About - Firewerk it

Celebrating our country's history after a big queer history lesson/celebration may be a bit exhausting, But give it a try. (read more)

Theatre - Hard to share in the illusions

In this peculiarly charged political season, what may have been innocuous platitudes can become unintended rallying calls. (read more)

Theatre - Humans of the tech persuasion

An artist of my acquaintance is railing against gentrification by, among other things, stenciling rabble-rousing images on sidewalks. (read more)

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